PixelPants


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Re: Obese Orange Oddity



Like those colour choices truffleshuffle. They really create a warm sense of self-satisfaction for your character.

PixelPants


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Re: Trompe l'oeil



Cool style and trippy imagery made me glad I clicked on the detail. Really like how the design moves across the shirt and have to say that blue linework seals the deal for me. +1

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fanandualum wrote:You can't quite see it in the picture but the majority of the design is made up of little circles, or "O's" as I like to call them.



Cool, you csan post close ups in this thread so people can see them. I don't know if it helps vote count, but people like to see them.

PixelPants


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Re: Open Ocean


Spiritgreen wrote:(Josephus' suggestion about a belt print is really good. It might be interesting to experiment with a simple gradient of blues down the image too, maybe?)

Appreciate the feedback. I agree on the belt print, and just had to go as big woot printing area would allow. I did play around with different colours and even a gradient before submitting. They are all good suggestions, but I got to the point where I kept a lot of design decisions simple or unobtrusive so the expanse of detail and ocean could be the focus.

Thanks to everyone for the votes and positive comments. Remember to click on this link to take in the whole design better.

Open Ocean_Full View Detail

Josephus


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invisiblecrazy wrote:Josephus!

Is it my imagination/OMGOMGOMGPONIESOMG PONIES! brain, or has it been a while since you've submitted?

Love it!

You said you have issues with color...you should collab. :-)



My son went to the AAU Taekwondo nationals in Austin, so we drove and spent a little over a week on the road. That killed the last 2 derbies. He didn't place, but learned a lot, and the karate school instructors learned a lot, so I think he'll be better prepared next year. It was great fun. His instructor won the adult heavyweight sparring division!

I probably should beg for someone with color skills to collaborate, but my designs are kind of 'different', and might be a waste of their time. Plus, there's the whole halftones issue.

Oh, and backgrounds, I do no better with them than color.

sigh.

zwartepaard


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Re: Opulence



When this wins:

Opulence.
I has it.

zwartepaard


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Re: Level 85 Ogre



I'm kind of surprised this hasn't been rejected for copyrighted character use. Nice work though.

isaaccates


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Re: Olm Ouroboros



I've said a little more about this (real) creature, the olm, over on my blog. It's my entry for this week in the Animal Alphabet cartooning project, which some of you Woot people will surely find interesting.

zwartepaard


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Re: Orbital Ocelot



I like this an ocelot. ;)

dmaz


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Re: COD BLACK OctPS



It'd be nice if good shirts like this got printed every once in a while. GMV! Best of luck!

Momboner


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I would love to get this shirt I think it looks great.

Assassin15


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Re: Soap Opera



It would seem that "soap opera" starts with an s. But perhaps I'm missing something?

PULL UP YOUR SKIRT, WE'RE ON A MISSION/
WE NEED A HERO, NOT A POLITICIAN - "Panhammer" by Phinehas

dmaz


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Re: Oh Boy!



Delightful shirt. Underrated!

isaaccates


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Re: Opulence



I think you missed a big opportunity here by not making the creature on the settee an okapi.

Lagbert


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Re: Ocarina of ...



I figure if you're going to build a time machine into a musical instrument you might as well do it with some class. Besides the all ceramic body is ideal for flux dispersion.

This idea came to me Friday morning, but I didn't have time to pull it off until this afternoon.

Hope you guys enjoy! Comments and suggestions are welcome : )

aemely


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Re: Ancient Oak



Beautiful... Maybe a reprint on not-so-drab-green...

cfraenkel


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Re: Octave of Ostriches



Awesome. Want to sell these to all my music teacher friends.

jlegos


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Re: The O-riginal!



I wasn't going to comment on the situation, but I don't understand why people seem to think that an onion making others cry is a concept walmazan came up with and therefore when someone has a design about an onion making others cry it is blatant plagiarism. The concepts are definitely different and the vegetables used are common and recognizable. Not to mention walmazan's threadless submission is extremely hard to find without a link.

Walmazan was not dragged into it. It seems more that he dragged himself into a situation that was not legitimate to begin with. It is amazing to see how the ramyb haters created this out of false speculation and mere opinion.

KaylaJ


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jlegos wrote:I wasn't going to comment on the situation, but I don't understand why people seem to think that an onion making others cry is a concept walmazan came up with and therefore when someone has a design about an onion making others cry it is blatant plagiarism. The concepts are definitely different and the vegetables used are common and recognizable. Not to mention walmazan's threadless submission is extremely hard to find without a link.

Walmazan was not dragged into it. It seems more that he dragged himself into a situation that was not legitimate to begin with. It is amazing to see how the ramyb haters created this out of false speculation and mere opinion.




Color me confused. You first say the "CONCEPT" (your word) of onions making others cry wasn't invented by walmazan, then you say they are different concepts, but what are both shirts? Onions making others cry

I also don't think Ramy's helping himself when stating that Walz is riding the Ramy hate train as if Walz needs help printing.

isaaccates


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Re: Orangutangent



It's a shame you couldn't have shown the shirt on a tan gent.

thatrobert


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Re: Occam's Electric Razor



Inspired by Occam's Razor to create the simplest Electric Razor. Like Occam's Razor, that does not lead to something that necessarily works.




ambergreen


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Re: Origami Owl



Bubo!

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Re: Occam's Electric Razor



I laughed. It is quite clever. Tho at this point I may give a +1 to an o word that hasn't been used yet this derby.

blammoed


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xarous wrote:This made me think of this: http://laughingsquid.com/a-quartet-of-orphaned-baby-screech-owls-being-weighed-on-a-scale/



That was entirely adorable. lol

onibunny


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Re: Olm Ouroboros



This shirt is EPIC, and i NEED it. Seriously.
give it to me!

melfox86


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Re: Obese Orange Oddity



TS, you have my vote from now until I have one of your monsters upon my chest. Very sorry not to be wearing your scardy-monsters from last derby :-(

turtlegir1


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georgee5 wrote:I would snap those up in a heartbeat and wear them on subsequent days.



If you don't win, tell us all and submit them to Zazzle! Then we can get shirts and coffee mugs! And you make money.

mverc


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jlegos


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KaylaJ wrote:Color me confused. You first say the "CONCEPT" (your word) of onions making others cry wasn't invented by walmazan, then you say they are different concepts, but what are both shirts? Onions making others cry

I also don't think Ramy's helping himself when stating that Walz is riding the Ramy hate train as if Walz needs help printing.



What I meant with that was that both employ the same idea of an onion making others cry but the way it is represented in each shirt is entirely different. People are convinced that because the same idea was used, ramyb intentionally plagiarized walmazan' work which is actually not the case.

axolotl2


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Re: Oh Boy!



circus for life!

KaylaJ


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jlegos wrote:What I meant with that was that both employ the same idea of an onion making others cry but the way it is represented in each shirt is entirely different. People are convinced that because the same idea was used, ramyb intentionally plagiarized walmazan' work which is actually not the case.



I still don't see how they are represented differently

blinddog3d


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Re: Ode Of O-Sensei



Ode of O-sensei, O-negai su –mashita

O-sensei, the “Great Teacher”


Ueshiba Morihei, or O-sensei as he was called, was as wise as an Owl and strong as an Ox. Guarding his power was his Obi. O-sensei practiced Daito Ryu and founded the way of harmonizing with force and energy called Aikido, in 1942. He was a Master of the Jo staff.

O-sensei was a self educated farmer, a simple man, who wrote poetry, calligraphy, and he was an O-moto Ryu Priest but could crush your wrist bones in his bare hand.

Legend tells that O-sensei could stumble a man at 30 paces with his Ki-ai! Being the only survivor from an ambush, while escorting a diplomatic entourage in Manchuria, it is said he could dodge bullets! Standing in the middle of crossfire, he could feel the aim of his attacker’s guns and would anticipate their “line” of fire. Not a single bullet touched him!

It is perceived that this is who George Lucas modeled Obi-wan Kenobi from when he created the Jedi, in Star Wars, after seeing footage of the awesome, mysterious power of O-Sensei from 1942.

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I went with 6 colors on Black. This was the most difficult design I have ver created!The smallest halftone dot is 35 lpi and the smallest halftone line 30 lpi. I did some crosshatching to blend the colors.

I almost put a Black Obi on it but that’s like asking someone to wear a Black Obi when they haven’t earned one. So, I kept it simple and it only took 32 hours.


I love this design and want it to print so I can wear it!

*VOTE* Onegaisu mashita.

Domo Arigato gosai mashita
BlindDog-san

citizencoyote


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jasenlangley wrote:I am kind of curious how this isn't being rejectionated... don't the final shirts have to be submitted with Halftone dots if they are made in Photoshop? Does that mean Woot has taken to making the halftones for both Illustrator AND Photoshop now?

I love the design though, don't get me wrong, amazing work.



Ancient patrickspens secret!

This is one seriously beautiful shirt. I can't not vote for it, even if it's something I might not wear.

blinddog3d


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Re: Ode Of O-Sensei



Here is a full view of the design.


I'm going to bed, I need S L E E P! I'll post some more on Monday.
BlindDogu-san

Frankenstylin


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taternuggets wrote:Surely you realize oil starts with an o.



HA! Taternuggets with the quick defense, Nice!
Yeah, Oil. Duh.
BLACK GOLD!!
Everything since the Industrial age begins and ends with the Big "O" That's OIL!!

frankenstylin.com

jasenlangley


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Re: Orintholestes



This is my first Photoshop entry and use of 4 color process separation with halftones. Any advice would be appreciated.

Colors are Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black with White Spot Plate.

blinddog3d


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Re: OM! TIME TO MEDITATE



This is f*king Radical! O-M-G I want this! I don't care if it fits or not, and it does, I have to have this!!!!!!!!

Git with me and we'll print this! I just got hooked up with the owner at "SiqueGear.com" She's gonna print "The 7 Samurabbits" (cuz its ready2print, there's no set up fee).

Gr8 Job! Looks Fantastic!
BlindDog3D

meatpopsicle333


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xarous wrote:I hate to be that guy, but maybe this sheep is a foreigner and where he comes from it starts with an "O". I would hate for him to die due to forgetting his Babel fish.


English-Sheep
Bulgarian-овца
Catalan-ovella
Croatian-ovca
Czech-ovce
Galician-ovella
Latin-ovis
Macedonian-овци
Polish-owca
Portuguese-ovelha
Romanian-oaie
Russian-овца
Serbian-овца
Slovak-ovce
Slovenian-ovce
Spanish-oveja


(I left off the languages that require base knowledge of their own phonetics because I did not feel the need to trace all of them down to see if it produced a beginning vowel sound similar to an "O" in the English language.)



I get that you are showing that a sheep in other languages does start with an O but we are speaking English for this one otherwise I am sure those other animals wouldn't be up there. Also sheep have been sacrificed for thousands of years for some reason so that's why it seems fitting to me, but good point!

amreli


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Re: Osakazuki Owl (resub)



Discovered a mistake 5 min after submitting the first time...

Detail pics to follow...


endangeredomega


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Re: Olm Ouroboros




Please tell me I'm not a pevert, and not alone in thinking this thing totally looks like an uncircumcised PONY. O_o